APRIL 2015


It Won’t Happen To You, So You Can Laugh is a new ongoing documentation work that— through a process of collating and collaging sound, image, and text—is dedicated to solely addressing understandings of Black Britain. For the duration of the 14-day period the work focusses on exploitation and control of symbolism and motif. Watermelon Man, a 1970s American film written by Herman Raucher tells the story of a 1960s era bigoted White insurance salesman, named Jeff Gerber, who wakes up one morning to discover he has become Black.

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